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Modeling Of A Microfluidic Electrochemical Cell For CO2 | Assignment

   

Added on  2019-09-30

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Topic 1: Design of microfluidic flow channel fuel cell for electrochemical reduction of CO2Brief:In this study, the main aim is to design the flow channels in a fuel cell device in order to increase the residence time of CO2 in a fuel cell which may typically results in high conversion rate of CO2 electrochemical reduction. Design needs to be performed in CFD/Solidwork/CAD with simulation results. At least 3000words required for explanation of the design and discussion of the simulation plots. Basically 2 designs will be required, one could be from the reference (just a repeat with results) and second you own improved design with simulation for comparison with the first one. Some initial thoughts for the design:Fig.1 [2]Fig.2 [2]

Fig. 3 [3]References: 1. http://www.scs.illinois.edu/kenis/Files/139_CompAidChemEng_Modeling_simulating_electrochem_2014.pdf2. https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/bitstream/handle/2142/26356/Whipple_Devin.pdf?sequence=13. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/903f/a08a1bd33bc5986797665c6022329f17c975.pdf

Topic 2: Extraction of CO2 from Atmosphere using Membrane Separation TechniqueBrief:The aim of this project is to design a system of CO2 capture direct from theatmosphere based on membrane separation technology. Design a system using membraneseparation technique that can remove CO2, N2 and O2 with CO2 concentration of 0.04%.For this 1 design would be enough if the design giving good simulation results at the first attempt. We need a lot of figures to explain. Also, a design must be compatible for 3D printing. So please make sure it can actually work if printed. Design needs to be performed inCFD/Solidwork/CAD with simulation results. At least 3000 words required for explanation of the design and discussion of the simulation plots.Some initial thoughts for the design:Fig.1 [1]Fig.2 [2]References:1.https://www.researchgate.net/publication/260269457_CO2-selective_membranes_for_hydrogen_production_and_CO2_capture_-_Part_I_Membrane_development/figures?lo=12. http://www.neuralenergy.info/2011/09/carbon-capture.html

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